This morning, New Yorkers waited to vote for the next president of the United States for upwards of two hours, with varying degrees of customer satisfaction. (I voted in the lobby of an apartment building, and it was cramped but speedy.)
Throughout the country, the voting environment differs widely. Polling stations include the usual elementary school room, like the one where Hillary Clinton cast her vote; the Neptune Society Columbarium in San Francisco, which houses local ashes; and a barbecue restaurant in Chicago that serves cheap ribs.
See a selection of the unique places Americans are casting their ballots today.